Fighter Jets Over Town
No one

Winchester, KY

#21 Nov 19, 2012
thought wrote:
I ve been watching the news on isreal and the gaza fighting.Isreal delivered them a message today saying stop firing any missiles and they would quit killing people in the gaza strip!My thoughts are that we are backing Isreal and we are looking for the rest of the middle east to get involved so they are preparing the homeland a little better than before 9/11.We will probably see an all out war of at least half of the world population in the next year.That is why they are practicing so much lately.It will just keep going for a long time and then stop.After that?Then you can start counting the days until you get the Presidential announcement on television that we are at war again.
I agree! I am afraid this is the beginning of world war 3
Old Dude

United States

#22 Nov 19, 2012
The military used to have a training route called ir75 running from Ohio down and south of Pikeville. I don't know if it's still used or still called that but it was noted on aeronautical sectional charts several years ago. I remember b52's and c130's often flying so low thru the area that you could see the crew in the planes. I personally had a b52 fly underneath me in a cessna 182 south of Pikeville back on the 80's. I saw one today making several passes to the south of Food City about 2pm. You used to need to call Indianapolis center to see if any military traffic was active on 75 before flying thru it to the south of town.
pile high

Elkhorn City, KY

#23 Nov 19, 2012
another just went over ,might be dropping the Obama care gas . Oh lordy we all going be kilt !.
Iran in the Pan

Richmond, KY

#24 Nov 19, 2012
practice runs wrote:
The jets are making practice runs. They are practicing drops and are using Fishtrap as a make believe practice tarhget. They are not doing anything there except fly bys practicing and using the lake as a practice target. They are just practing locking on to a certain site and seeing how acurate the aiming is.
There is a floation device the size of a barrell in the lake and they are practiceeing their missle line ups as a play target to see how accurate they are at different sppeds
Low fast and loud over the Dam all the time up here, 8:40 was the last one..I say look out Iran, ya gonna lose your Nuke Program!
jets

Thelma, KY

#25 Nov 19, 2012
practice runs wrote:
The jets are making practice runs. They are practicing drops and are using Fishtrap as a make believe practice tarhget. They are not doing anything there except fly bys practicing and using the lake as a practice target. They are just practing locking on to a certain site and seeing how acurate the aiming is.
There is a floation device the size of a barrell in the lake and they are practiceeing their missle line ups as a play target to see how accurate they are at different sppeds
They have flown over the downtown area numerous times today, in fact, just did again.
pile high

Elkhorn City, KY

#26 Nov 19, 2012
Damm there goes another ,scares the chit out of me . Obama madder than heil ,no Ronmey here POTUS !..
Pike

Virgie, KY

#27 Nov 19, 2012
Another fly over right now
Two

Tucker, GA

#28 Nov 19, 2012
Just heard two more jets fly over near Millard
thats great

Clay City, KY

#29 Nov 19, 2012
practice runs wrote:
The jets are making practice runs. They are practicing drops and are using Fishtrap as a make believe practice tarhget. They are not doing anything there except fly bys practicing and using the lake as a practice target. They are just practing locking on to a certain site and seeing how acurate the aiming is.
There is a floation device the size of a barrell in the lake and they are practiceeing their missle line ups as a play target to see how accurate they are at different sppeds
awesome! finally some use for fishtrap dam outher than a gay hangout!
Rational Rebel

Candler, NC

#30 Nov 19, 2012
Back during the Vietnam War, eastern Kentucky and southwest Virginia was the training ground for Air Force pilots headed to Vietnam. The mountainous terrain here was similar to the terrain of southeast Asia. Flyovers like this was an almost daily occurence.
truth

Pikeville, KY

#31 Nov 19, 2012
Old Dude wrote:
The military used to have a training route called ir75 running from Ohio down and south of Pikeville. I don't know if it's still used or still called that but it was noted on aeronautical sectional charts several years ago. I remember b52's and c130's often flying so low thru the area that you could see the crew in the planes. I personally had a b52 fly underneath me in a cessna 182 south of Pikeville back on the 80's. I saw one today making several passes to the south of Food City about 2pm. You used to need to call Indianapolis center to see if any military traffic was active on 75 before flying thru it to the south of town.
Seems as if you know alot about the planes.
I would like to know how accurate their missles are when they shot from the jets?

How small of an object can they hit and from how far away are they accurate?
Calm Down

Richmond, KY

#32 Nov 19, 2012
Crop Dusting prozac over Pikeville, trying to keep the holler monkeys calm after the election...They are still mental over Mitt losing the election..
Generalwartz

Lockhart, TX

#33 Nov 19, 2012
Nothing to see citizens keep busy working paying ur taxes..
pile high

Elkhorn City, KY

#34 Nov 19, 2012
Calm Down wrote:
Crop Dusting prozac over Pikeville, trying to keep the holler monkeys calm after the election...They are still mental over Mitt losing the election..
What no takers at the walmart mens room ,girly boy .
Calm Down

Richmond, KY

#35 Nov 19, 2012
pile high wrote:
<quoted text> What no takers at the walmart mens room ,girly boy .
That's your hang out shirley, slow night fer ye! Hang in there twinkle toes, the first of the month will be here before you know it...you can play musical bathroom stalls!
Mccarr

Winchester, KY

#36 Nov 19, 2012
There been a few choppers hoovering over the hills around blackberry lately .I could see there stars on them so i know they were military. Last year i saw the c130s flying over, loved it hadn t seen this since my military days.
pile high

Elkhorn City, KY

#37 Nov 19, 2012
Calm Down wrote:
<quoted text>
That's your hang out shirley, slow night fer ye! Hang in there twinkle toes, the first of the month will be here before you know it...you can play musical bathroom stalls!
In line behind your family flower child .
Main Street Resident

Jackson, KY

#38 Nov 19, 2012
In my mind:

If Israel starts full war (maybe nuclear) on Hamas, how long do you think it will take before they take on Iran? When that happens the US will begin to assist them. When that happens there's a chance that a nuclear or chemical weapon held by Al Qaeda will be used on a major city. At that time the US will declare all out war on any country that supports them - renewal to "The War On Terror". At that time "Arab Spring" countries will unite against the western powers. When the brunt of the United States military is waging war there, the Chinese, Russian, and North Korean armies will ally. Then the rest of the world will come in to the battle. The Russians alone would be a lengthy battle but I doubt they would use nuclear weapons.

The North Koreans on the other hand would be hard to handle. They would likely invade South Korea, throwing that region in to war again. Japan would have to come in to the mix to protect their interests.

Sound familiar? The US and Europe involved in the Middle East.. Eastern Asia battling eachother. Most of Africa is already in ruins.. It's just a continuation of WWII, just as WWII was a continuation of WWI.
Old Dude

United States

#39 Nov 19, 2012
truth wrote:
<quoted text>
Seems as if you know alot about the planes.
I would like to know how accurate their missles are when they shot from the jets?
How small of an object can they hit and from how far away are they accurate?
Sorry man I got no idea. I just fly light airplanes like cessna beech and piper.
Main Street Resident

Jackson, KY

#40 Nov 19, 2012
Old Dude wrote:
The military used to have a training route called ir75 running from Ohio down and south of Pikeville. I don't know if it's still used or still called that but it was noted on aeronautical sectional charts several years ago. I remember b52's and c130's often flying so low thru the area that you could see the crew in the planes. I personally had a b52 fly underneath me in a cessna 182 south of Pikeville back on the 80's. I saw one today making several passes to the south of Food City about 2pm. You used to need to call Indianapolis center to see if any military traffic was active on 75 before flying thru it to the south of town.
Have something to do with I-75 going through Columbus?

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